My testing of pollination!

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Gustavo Augusto Rosa
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My testing of pollination!

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Some pictures of me in my space where i cultivate my cactos and also make my studies and testes!
Always trying to make a pollonation!

i invite all friends also share some pic from the space where cultivate !
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Quite a collection! =D> is it private or are you running a nursery?
There are more cacti in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
One of the few cactus lovers in Lebanon (zone 11a) :mrgreen:
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Gustavo Augusto Rosa
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ElieEstephane wrote: Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:18 am Quite a collection! =D> is it private or are you running a nursery?
its a private,and i still trying the reproduction,in future maybe a small nursey! :)
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Paint brush that's how I do it . That's why you have to have at least two and hope they flower at the same time. I guess one could store the pollen on a paintbrush waiting for its partner to flower, I haven't tried that yet.
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keith wrote: Wed Mar 07, 2018 8:10 pm Paint brush that's how I do it . That's why you have to have at least two and hope they flower at the same time. I guess one could store the pollen on a paintbrush waiting for its partner to flower, I haven't tried that yet.
its ok if make hibridisme, by now im only testing and studing...
not estarted comercialy yet!
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I know this is kind of a dumb question but to hand pollinate does the pollen have to attach to the style or enter in through the stigma ? (i could see discussions of this turning very euphemistic :D )
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